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Jan 20, 2013 6:00am PST
former chief speechwriter for president clinton and dave gerson, with the "washington post." going took the words what is going to happen on the podium behind us tomorrow, strikes me how beautiful the ceremony is because everything that was -- that is enshrined there as the sacrifice, is what makes today and tomorrow possible. so, it's nice sort of symmetry, i think, for presidents to do this but let's talk about the times right now and what this president, 'cause every ining in ral speech is particular to the times and the person, what does this president do tomorrow? >> he -- this is a progress report, right? it's many things. it's a national mission statement, but it's also a progress report, right? he is midway through his presidency at this point. this is the teenage years. you have seen some of the problems, how do they go forward, both for this president and the nation. the country right now really requires it be brought together around some sense of common purpose but not enough for that just to be a statement of unity. this has to be a statement of direction, of forward momentu
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